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New York Area Life Science Marketing Events

Posted by BCI Staff on Wed, Apr 13, 2016

Are you interested in showcasing your products to the New York market, but missed our events in March? If so, you may want to take advantage of our opportunity to meet over 850 active life science professionals at our three New York events this fall. 

Product specialists discuss new research services and technologies with Stony Brook researchers at last year's event

Stony Brook University BioResearch Product Faire™ Event – 9/28/16 (Only 7 spaces left!)

-This year the university is set to complete construction of a $423 million expansion project, including a new Medical and Research Translation (MART) building. The new research facility will focus on cancer research and treatment and will also house advanced biomedical imaging and biomedical informatics.

-A few years ago the university received the sixth largest donation ever made to an American public university; a total of $200 million including a $150M gift from the Simons Foundation.

-The university also received $60M to build an Innovation and Discovery Center on its Research & Development Campus. Construction will begin this year.

Exhibit: Stony Brook


The Armory Track & Field Center (Columbia) BioResearch Product Faire™ Event– 9/29/16 

-In 2014, researchers at Columbia University spent over $585,344,000 in life science R&D.

- Columbia University Medical center recently formed a $30 million alliance with Biogen Idecwith Biogen Idec to target genetic research on discovering the causes of diseases and identifying new treatments.


Learn More About  Columbia Event


Rockefeller University BioResearch Product Faire™ Event – 9/30/16 (Only 9 spaces left!)

-Last year construction begain on a new $240 million, 160,000 square foot research building. The Kravis Research Building will accomodate 26 labs and 440 scientists. 

- A recent $20 million endowment will support formation of the Kavli Neural Systems Institute. This institute will house 36 Rockefeller neuroscience faculty researchers studying brain-related disorders and injuries.

- Individual companies at last fall's BioResearch Product Faire™ event reported an average of over $43,000 in potential ROI. 


Exhibit: Rockefeller


Attending this event can introduce your lab and chemical supply products and services to well-funded researchers actively seeking the newest and latest technologies for life science research.

Purchasing your space now through Thursday, June 30, 2016, will save your company $250 off standard pricing for each event. 

 Culumbia researchers visit with lab and chemical supply companies at last year's BioResearch Product Faire


Tags: Rockefeller University, New York, Stony Brook University, NY, Columbia University Medical Center, Northeast Region, BioResearch Product Faire™

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